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Monday, June 23, 2014

A Few Sparks

Waianae Mall has a nice Facebook coverage now and someone there is doing some nice writing. I haven't heard anything from Makaha Studios since I tried to phone them and no answer. The same thing happened at Western Stories except that I still get the publication mailed to me. And from what I hear SeaRider Productions is doing very good but out of my class as far as connections go.

"No matter how good or bad you think life is, wake up each day and be --- thankful for life. Someone, somewhere else is fighting to survive."
 

Nanakuli nor Lualualei have not done anything and they may be waiting for the "Robert E. Lee." I don't know but I have tried to convince people that I want to help. If they do not need my help, that is their decision and I will abide by it. Meanwhile, I have to find where I can help and I must be on my way.


I have met a few people that reside in the Waianae Coast that "live, work and play" here. They have jobs nearby that don't pay much but they don't have to spend half the day traveling to and from Honolulu. And it is only going to get worse when the Rail Disaster is installed. "Rapid Transit" is now being recognized as a misnomer. And minimum wage on the Waianae Coast for the residents is ten times better than in Honolulu.The "do gooders" that live in the Ivory Towers do not have a clue.

"Hanalei Moon" by Loyal Garner

More people on the Coast are recognizing the value of an Industrial Park. What park? Any park as long as it is on the Waianae Coast for the residents on the Waianae Coast. Even those resident of Kapolei that will be working in Waianae. They will be going to work in the morning when everyone is going the other way. In the evening they will be going home when everyone is going the other way. That is the berries.

Pub's Side Note: To our reader/dancers, please consider yourselves, now and henceforth, and no matter what anyone ever asks of you, free to do any damned thing you want as long as it doesn't hurt someone else unnecessarily.